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[Hope for New Hampshire (Substance Abuse) Recovery flag] image by Randy Young, 20 March 2016

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Hope for New Hampshire Recovery is a community-based substance abuse recovery organization. In late 2014 or early 2015, the organization introduced a flag and presented it to the Governor of New Hampshire at a ceremony. According to the article online at, "Serving as a 'Betsy Ross' to the recovery movement, the group revealed an official flag, hoping that everyone affected - directly or indirectly - by addiction can identify with it as a symbol of optimism. 'It is our hope that this flag will act as a symbol to communicate individual and organizational support for recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction,' [HOPE Board member Marty] Boldin explained."

The flag presented to the Governor and photographed in the article is a vertical tribar of lavender-spring green-lavender. Along the upper border between the two bars closest to the hoist is a butterfly with white body and countercharged wings.
Randy Young, 20 March 2016